Real Butterscotch Pudding [TWD]

Gretchen Noelle

My love of food was cultivated early on by my family but has come alive while living in Peru. During the 12 years of living in Lima, Peru, I have also enjoyed numerous trips to other areas of the country. Here on Provecho Peru you will find Peruvian recipes in English, American favorites prepared overseas, news about Peruvian Cuisine and interesting tidbits about life in Peru.

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28 Responses

  1. Sarah says:

    great job! i thought the scotch taste was prevalent, but perfect.

  2. Sabrina says:

    Looks Great! I never put together the whole Butter & Scotch combo either! 🙂

  3. Snooky doodle says:

    I m no t a big fan of butterscotch but paired with some banana cakes i think its amazing 🙂

  4. rainbowbrown says:

    Talk about innovative. Those cakes are darling.

  5. Donna says:

    Glad you liked the pudding. It was rather decadent wasn't it? I didn't make it in the food processor either. Too many horror stories! Gorgeous photos as always!Have a wonderful holiday!Donna Spatulas & Corkscrews

  6. chocolatechic says:

    Looks fabulous.

  7. LyB says:

    I just loved this pudding so much! I don’t think I would ever use a food processor to make pudding, just too complicated! 🙂

  8. Anonymous says:

    Wow! The recipes look great, but I’m even more impressed by how you always make them look so beautiful. 🙂 Ironically, I will have to try some after Christmas, when I actually have time to cook!–Anne B.

  9. Cristine says:

    Your pudding looks great!

  10. HoneyB says:

    I don’t have a food processor either so I just used the wire whisk. Nothing wrong with good ole handy work!

  11. spike. says:

    looks great, especially with those banana cakes

  12. Jaime says:

    wow, i think you win for most beautiful color in your pudding this week! happy holidays!

  13. confectiona says:

    Thick or thin — this stuff is addictive.

  14. steph- whisk/spoon says:

    butterscotch soupd with banana cakes–sounds like you came up with a winner afterall!

  15. Gabe's Girl says:

    Wow, good for you to press on! I did not make this, but I was going to use my blender. too. I just ran out of time and energy! Good job!

  16. Gabe's Girl says:

    Wow, good for you to press on! I did not make this, but I was going to use my blender. too. I just ran out of time and energy! Good job!

  17. Gabe's Girl says:

    Wow, good for you to press on! I did not make this, but I was going to use my blender. too. I just ran out of time and energy! Good job!

  18. Madam Chow says:

    Gretchen, you sound like me – my husband thought it was a bit boozy, but I didn’t (and I don’t drink!). I thought it was a great recipe, too. Those little banana cakes look wonderful, by the way.

  19. Shari@Whisk: a food blog says:

    Can’t wait to see what’s coming! I love the rich color of yours.

  20. My Sweet & Saucy says:

    This looks heavenly!

  21. Mrs. L says:

    I love butterscotch pudding but it’s not something that I find served in most restaurants. But honestly “butterscotch soup with banana cakes”?? Sounds even better! YUM!

  22. Cakelaw says:

    Looks great Gretchen – I am sure that your guests enjoyed their “soup”. The banana cakes served with it are just gorgeous.

  23. Vera says:

    The pudding looks luscious! Merry Christmas and the wonderful holidays, Gretchen!

  24. Yamile says:

    I’ve never heard of butterscotch here in Lima, but this pudding looks really amazing!!!By the way, I hope you have a merry Christmas here in Perú!!

  25. Gretchen Noelle says:

    Sarah – I found the taste balance perfect!
    Sabrina – Too funny, no?
    Snooky Doodle – It actually did taste really good with the cake.Rainbowbrown – Thanks, I liked them!
    Donna – I think the food processor was overrated. Although I haven’t tried it. Maybe I’m missing out?
    ChocolateChic – Thanks!
    LyB – It was delicious, wasn’t it!
    Anne B. – Thanks! I hope you do enjoy some of them!
    Cristine – Thanks!
    HoneyB – No, there is nothing wrong with making things by hand. Literally.
    Spike – Thanks!
    Jaime – Hehe, Thanks!
    Confectiona – True, so true!!
    Steph – The combination was delicious, that is for sure!
    Gabe’s Girl – Thanks! You should definitely try it, it was tasty!
    Madam Chow – I definitely did not think it was too boozy, I thought it was perfect. I liked my little cakes too!
    Shari – Mmmm…it was delicious too!
    Sweet & Saucy – Thanks!
    Mrs. L – Too funny. Soup it was!
    Cakelaw – Thanks! I enjoyed the combination of the two!
    Vera – Thanks!
    Yamile – Thanks! I don’t think butterscotch is something common here although I have found many Peruvians who enjoy the flavor.

  26. Little Miss Cupcake says:

    This looks delicious. And I have to laugh…I just finished making the Butterscotch Tartlets from the “Baked” cookbook – my first time making butterscotch too — and I have a feeling it’s not going to harden properly either. The recipe said the ‘scotch should be very thick when removed from heat, but mine did not thicken up even though I left it on for about two minutes longer than suggested. Just put in the fridge for the firm-up so we’ll see. Thanks for giving me a good idea for “soup” though in case I find the same! 🙂

  27. Kevin says:

    That butterscotch pudding looks really good! Now I am craving some…

  28. kim says:

    wow, your pudding has such a lovely dark color! it looks great. glad you enjoyed it in “soup” form too 🙂

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